GLOSSARY. 431 a piece of ground near a village set? apart for the Bnrial of children that die as infants, before they have been initiated into Hinduism. J£U:NJ, a conrt ; an occasional residence, or rest-honse, generally & building of elaborate architectural design in the form of a cloistered quadrangle. KUBHB-A* to be jealous. Ku SKITT, shar^ning plough-snares ; the work of a village smith. young of cattle. A, a bundle, as of grass, vetches, &c. a, side. a TOW, LAPK!, a wheedle?, flatterer. IiXsH, the Persian word for * a corpse,* often used of a man who it merely wounded. IJATAS:, side, direction, as purab M Za£c£,/to the east;5 also fi gure, or atti- tude. ij a twig or switch. I, worn-out shoes. small iron pan. MAI^LKIYA, a small earthen pot. MAL^K, good. MAMI 3?iNA, to be a partisan of any one, to support his cause. MABAZ MTJBAEAK, c the lucky disease,5 a euphemism for 'the itch *. MAKE, bread made of flour mixed with ghi and baked only on the tawa. This Hindus can eat on a journey with their clothes on, and & Brahman can eat it, though it has been baked by a bania. Ordinary bread, roti, must be eaten with the clothes off, and cannot be eaten at all if baked by a man of inferior caste. MABHAITA, a hut, M ABOIL, pride, affectation. MATHATTRITA, an earthen pot used in churning. MTTDDAI, the Arabic law-term for * a prosecutor ' ; generally used by villagers,, in the sense of £au enemy,' and thus frequently applied to f the defendant.5 MUKAHNA, or MTFKAB-JANA, to deny. MUK-MUKKA, a blow with the fist. , attentive to. NASIK, a corner of a building, a projection. 3$ATNi, a son*s daughter. K"AUA, a barber.